Footage has actually emerged of governmental confident, Ben Carson, stating he thought the Biblical figure Joseph developed the pyramids to save grain. He likewise stated that researchers can just describe the pyramids with over-the-top theories of super-intelligent aliens, in spite of the substantial quantities of written proof the Ancient Egyptians left behind to discuss why they constructed the pyramids as they were burial places.
Carson provided the speech in 1998 as the keynote speaker for graduates at Andrews University, the flagship university of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church.
Carson, a previous neurosurgeon, has actually delighted in a current increase in appeal throughout the continuous Republican management projects. The newest study, by NBC News, puts his assistance at 29 percent, 6 points up on the previous front-runner, Donald Trump.
The speech emerged after a current Buzzfeed News short article released a video recording of it. Last Wednesday, CBS News asked Carson whether his views have actually altered because 1998, to which he responded: Its still my belief, yes.
In the speech he stated:
My own individual theory is that Joseph constructed the pyramids to keep grain. Now all the archeologists believe that they were produced the pharaohs graves. You understand, it would have to be something terribly huge if you believe and stop about it. And I do not believe it’d simply vanish during time to keep that much grain.
And when you take a look at the manner in which the pyramids are made, with numerous chambers that are hermetically sealed, they’d need to be that method for numerous factors, Carson stated. And numerous of researchers have actually stated, Well, you understand there were alien beings that boiled down and they have unique understanding which how you understand, it does not need an alien being when God is with you.
People might not even have the ability to discuss exactly what it is that you’re accomplishing, however they do not need to have the ability to discuss it when God exists.
In the speech, he likewise stated, they [researchers] never ever have a response for these example. That’s the terrific thing about having a relationship with God. God has actually currently informed us exactly what took place.
The remarks have actually been met ridicule and shock, such as the Twitter hashtag #bencarsonwikipedia , which spoofs the remarks.
Whoooa, hold the phone and what’s all this Black Friday hype some may ask?
Black Friday is a US economic invention that has become firmly entrenched in the UK and is like the old (the author is old) January Sales used to be? Remember them? So now it’s like the January sales have arrived pre-Christmas with the advent of the Black Friday sales.
Initially it was a sale on Black Friday, the one day, though due to breakages and server outages from too much online traffic the likes of the corporate identities such as amazon.co.uk and Currys are now starting Black Friday a whole week before the actual Black Friday day which is, this year anyway, tomorrow, (Black) Friday 24th November 2017.
The other factor that is important to consider is that Black Friday was originally more of an online phenomenon it has now made it to the bricks and mortar high street.
Anushka Naiknaware might just be 13 years of ages, however she simply developed a plaster that might assist patients with persistent injuries recover much faster.
The eighth-grader from Portland, Oregon, developed a plaster that senses moisture in an injury dressing. “A great deal of individuals do not instantly relate wetness to injuries,” she described, “however the reality is that wetness is among the crucial identifying consider how quickly a persistent injury heals.”
Why does wetness matter? Well, numerous open injuries have to be kept damp to promote recovery; however if an injury is too damp, that can be an indication of infection. Put simply: Keeping the injury in a healthy wetness variety assists it recover much faster.
Naiknaware’s plaster permits a physician to keep track of the status of the injury (without needing to unwrap the dressing) and address concerns appropriately. The plaster is planned to be utilized on clients with persistent injuries, which prevail in senior clients and folks with diabetes and typically take 3 months or longer to recover.
Ravleen Kaur from the Beaverton Valley Times reported that the plaster might even have ramifications for the military, “assisting hurt soldiers in an affordable and quick way.”
Naiknaware’s creation won the Lego Education Builder Award at the 2016 Google Science Fair.
That’s a prestigious prize to Win. It’s a reward that includes $15,000, a journey to Denmark, and a 1 year mentorship with Lego to assist get the job into production.
.When Naiknaware was 3 or 4 years old and her moms and dads would take her to a regional science museum, #ppppp> The job all began. She enjoyed all the exhibitions there (especially chemistry) and for many years her interest in science progressed.
” There’s a natural development from one field to another,” she stated. “After you discover mathematics and chemistry, you can do biology, physics, computer technology, anything. It simply keeps structure and theres no genuine end to it.”
Naiknaware’s love of the science museum sustained an interest in nano particles (which she started looking into in 4th grade). Ultimately, this research study ended up being the structure of her submission to the Google Science Fair.
” I in fact produced an ink from nano particles and filled that into a regular inkjet cartridge,” Naiknaware discussed. “This permitted me to print out a conductive circuit.” After hooking that circuit as much as a little battery and passing a current through it, she might determine the resistance and get a reading of the wetness material.
The success of Naiknaware’s development is substantial. Throughout her procedure, she was no complete stranger to failure.
She had specific trouble improving the ink circuit. “How lots of times did my ink stop working? 40 times? 50 times? Several.” She likewise pointed out a couple of jammed up printers in the garage.
On top of that, Naiknaware experienced her reasonable share of frustration from grownups. “When I began doing things with nano particles,” she remembered, “a great deal of individuals moms and dads, judges informed me, ‘What you’re doing is difficult. It’s not going to work.’”
But she understood that her theory dealt with paper. She believed in her own concept and a couple of motivating coaches on her side including her 6th grade science instructor, Ms. Svenson.
After her experience with the plaster, Naiknaware’s recommendations to other enthusiastic kids thinking about science is easy: “Just because people say your idea won’t work, doesn’t mean you can’t prove them wrong..”
WORLD OF WARCRAFT’s Theramore Island Redone in Legendary Lego Style with 55,600 Bricks!
In the popular Enormous Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Video Game, World of Warcraft, there is a location called Theramore. In accordance with the lore, Theramore was a port town and was “thought about the Alliance’s most martial existence in Kalimdor.” Regrettably, the town was damaged and left in ruin.
Now, Mark Erickson, or Mark of Falworth, has actually restored Theramore in LEGO Bricks. Over 55,600 LEGO bricks were used in the construction of the port town and it looks incredible!
This is an outstanding accomplishment and took approximately six months for Erickson to build.
Theramore Isle, the capital of the Dustwallow Marsh, was the Alliance’s only human stronghold in Kalimdor. With a population of 9,500 people, it was the home and sanctuary of Jaina Proudmoore.
Theramore is a rocky island east of Dustwallow; the city, which bears the same name as the island, is alternatively known as Theramore Keep. It was originally settled with the sole purpose of survival. Lead by Jaina Proudmoore, a small contingent of the Kul Tiras navy, with what few survivors they could bring, had fled the Eastern Kingdoms during the great Scourge of Lordaeron.
Built primarily as a military fortress, Theramore served as the Alliance’s base of operations against the Burning Legion during the latter part of the Third War. Their bravery and sacrifice during the final battle earned the respect of Warchief Thrall, who decreed that Jaina and her kin would have a home in Kalimdor for evermore. It has since grown into a splendid little town, and serves as a safe harbor and trading port. Approach from the sea is extremely difficult due to the jagged rocks jutting out of Dustwallow Bay, pirates, and ancient beasts that live in the murky depths of the ancient sea.
Star Wars Episode 8 is due for UK release on the Author of this blog’s birthday. Although the author also expects to be working on his birthday. So what does the next, the eighth Star Wars Movie in the series have in store for us. No doubt there will be some amazing special effects and a story line to follow on from Star Wars Episode 7. Lego are on board again with the Star Wars Franchise and Silly Billy’s received their delivery of Star Wars Episode 8 products from the Danish Toy Company earlier than most, August in fact, prompting one very keen Star Wars and LEGO fan to drive from London to purchase a Resistance Bomber 75188.
It is mentioned that Princes Harry and William have cameo roles in the latest Star Wars movie, the royal pair visited the set of The Last Jedi in April 2016 and were rumoured to have filmed a scene in disguise. Now lead actor John Boyega, who plays reformed stormtrooper Finn, has confirmed that he shared a scene with the royal duo “wrapped in stormtroopers costumes”
So another date for your diary will be December 15th 2017, not only to buy the author of this blog a birthday present, but also to get to the Cinema and watch the opening of Star Wars Episode 8 – The Last Jedi Official Trailer Below
Star Wars The Force Awakens 2015, scored a pretty reasonable 8.1 on IMDB and personally I though the return of Star Wars was pretty impressive. Rogue One (2016), on the other hand slipped a couple of notches at only 7.9 on IMDB and again released on the author’s birthday, 15/12/2016.
As far as the new Star Wars Episode 8 – The Last Jedi goes it is anyone’s guess as to whether it will be a hit or get massively slated by the critics. A Customer today said of Star Wars Episode 8, “I’m not holding out much hope..”
Personally, as the Film is being released on one of the most auspicious days of the year (the author’s birthday) then we believe it will be a great hit, however only time will tell.
UK toy retailers are holding out for a busy Christmas after sales fell by 2% in the first nine months of the year.
Analysts and retailers expect a flat full year at best for the industry following two consecutive years of rapid growth.
The industry has unveiled its list of “must-have” toys. – It should be stated at this point that at Silly Billy’s we focus more on the toys that appeal to people in and around our amazing location in Hebden Bridge, where Silly Billy’s have been for twenty years, and surrounding areas and more often than not they are not within these lists.
The only Toy we have, from that particular must-have list,which is quite amazing is the all new LEGO Star Wars BB8 (75187)
Cheaper collectables feature prominently on the list, alongside more traditional games and film and TV tie-ups
Frederique Tutt, global industry analyst for the NPD Group’s toy division, said that sales had been “sluggish” in the year so far, whereas activity had risen in the other major toy markets in Europe, the US and Russia.
She pointed to a correction following two years of 7% growth in the UK, which had outstripped other markets and had been driven in part by the success of the Star Wars franchise.
Some 38% of toy purchases in the UK are made online (Editor’s Note: We would obviously much prefer you shop in our retail Toy Shop in Hebden Bridge)
Nearly two-thirds (61%) of Christmas toys were chosen by the giver, rather than included on Christmas lists
A third (34%) of annual spending on toys is at Christmas
Source: Toy Retailers’ Association/NPD
Alan Simpson, chairman of the Toy Retailers’ Association, which compiles the Dream Toys list, said the weakness of the pound had pushed up prices in the UK as most toys were imported.
The toy market was suffering from the income squeeze of customers as much as other sectors, he added.
“However, the rule book gets thrown away at Christmas, no matter how tough things are [for parents],” he said.
Ms Tutt said that this year’s list of top toys was relatively low-tech, with traditional games playing a more “dynamic” part in the market.
“Parents are saying that too much screen time is not good,” she said.
Only 1% of toys were “connected” via the internet, yet the influence of the web – and particularly social media – was clear from the design of new toys.
One of the expected best-sellers at Christmas is the L.O.L. Surprise – a heavily wrapped toy inspired by “unboxing” videos on YouTube and other social media channels. (Editor’s note, we have had people asking for these L.O.L. toys and it is not something that we plan on stocking)
Marketing for other toys had been launched on social media rather than TV adverts, she said. and manufacturers were counting on shared videos of youngsters playing with their new toys as another form of advertising
Americans Will Head to Space Again, Without a Russian Taxi
Since the Space Shuttle’s retirement six years ago, NASA has been buying spots aboard Russian Soyuz craft to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station. It’s a politically awkward arrangement, to say the least, given more than a decade of strained relations, Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and the dented American pride in having to ask in the first place.
Did you know we sell Space Shuttles at Silly Billy’s, they are pull-back Space Shuttles and will cost a mere £5.99
Space Shuttles £5.99
The situation has understandably increased pressure on NASA, which hired Boeing Co. and Elon Musk’s SpaceX to build a new generation of vessels to shuttle U.S. astronauts to the station. Both companies are scheduled to fly two test flights next year for NASA’s commercial crew program, including one each that will carry two crew members—an ambitious schedule that could slip into
On Thursday, NASA and both companies detailed their progress—and a lengthy list of tests that remain—on the new vessels and their launch rockets.
“I think we have a shot at 2018” for the flights with crew, Kathryn Lueders, NASA’s program manager for the commercial crew program, said in an interview at the International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight in Las Cruces, New Mexico. “There’s a lot of things that have to go exactly right,” she said. “I think the big challenge is to make sure that we give them the time that, if everything doesn’t go exactly right, to be able to fix any problems that we have.”
When Americans think of flying into space, “they think of human spaceflight,” said Caleb Weiss, a mission manager with United Launch Alliance, which will boost Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner capsule into orbit aboard an Atlas V rocket. “And so, when America doesn’t have a human spaceflight program, a lot of people feel like we don’t have a space program.”
The program’s first flight is set for April and will see SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule launch without humans, followed by a manned mission in August, according to a recent NASA update. (The first Boeing and Crew Dragon flights had originally been planned for this year, but slipped into 2018.) Boeing’s Starliner is set for August and November.
SpaceX, officially Space Exploration Technologies Corp., is assembling multiple Crew Dragon vessels in parallel to help boost production efficiency, said Benjamin “Benji” Reed, who directs the company’s program for NASA. He said SpaceX also plans a third flight for the capsule, between the two for NASA, to test the in-flight abort system that would eject the crew during an emergency. “The No. 1 priority for the company is safe, reliable crew transportation for NASA,” Reed said during a panel discussion at the symposium.
Beyond NASA’s immediate transport needs, the commercial crew program is among the agency’s earliest and largest efforts to integrate private-sector companies into its operations. In theory, NASA personnel could someday fly with a private citizen that has paid for a ride into space.
Both SpaceX and Boeing have discussed future flights to the ISS with customers from other nations, executives said at the conference. “What you don’t want to do is have an ISS program end—and mirror what happened with the Space Shuttle program,” said John Mulholland, Boeing’s commercial crew manager.
The Starliner’s flight schedule will be determined by Boeing and NASA’s reviews of the program. Data gathered from the initial flight will also weigh heavily on how quickly its first passengers will be able to fly the vehicle, Weiss said. “The biggest question mark … is what your data review’s going to end up being? How much time do you need to go crunch the data?” Weiss said. “If it’s a really clean flight, we can go fly right away.”
The Starliner project has been assisted by the track record of the Atlas V rocket, which has marked 73 successful flights, Weiss said. ULA is a joint venture between Boeing and Lockheed Martin Corp.
Earlier this year, the Government Accountability Office said that safety hazards involving Boeing’s parachute testing plans and SpaceX’s engines would probably slow required certifications and could delay the manned flights to 2019.
NASA awarded Boeing and SpaceX the commercial crew contracts in 2014; each company will perform six manned flights to the ISS. Four NASA astronauts are currently training for the test flights. By year’s end, those personnel will be assigned to one of the capsules.
In February, NASA acquired five additional seats on the Soyuz craft for potential use in 2018, via Boeing, which had obtained them through a business deal with a Russian company. The arrangement will allow some cushion in terms of astronaut access to the space station, but it hasn’t affected the pace of work on the commercial crew program, agency officials have said.
“Obviously, we’re buying insurance seats right now to make sure that we’re not hurrying these guys up to fly before they’re ready,” Lueders said. “We don’t want to do that.”
(CNN)Toys “R” United States stated insolvency previously this month and stated it would rearrange its service to deal with a significantly tough retail environment.
The truth is that the renowned merchant went bust due to the fact that a group of personal equity companies utilized it as a toy in a video game of “Borrow, Overpay and Pray.” They lost the video game, broke the toy and have now moved onto other things while the little individuals (the providers and workers) are made to suffer, consultants make millions tidying up a mess that other advisors made millions producing, and PR-hacks work to deflect the blame by pinning it on Amazon (or is it Walmart?). It’s all quite ridiculous
in many ways.
But after we’ve had an excellent laugh and appreciated the schadenfreude that originates from the devastating financial investments of others, we must review exactly what this ordeal informs us about the damage done when financiers wander off from taking threat, the helpful work of personal equity, into making danger, its sinister doppelganger.
Risk taking happens when a financier presumes threats that currently exist worldwide. A financier taking threat generally does so by putting loan into a business that faces it.
Risk making takes place when a financier produces danger as part of an otherwise unappealing financial investment. A financier makes threat by taking loan from a business, leaving it more vulnerable however juicing the possible returns from owning it. (The most typical method to do this is by requiring business to handle extreme financial obligation to fund its own acquisition.) If anything) in return, the threat associated with the weakened business is mostly borne by its providers, workers and consumers who get little (.
Value of danger taking
Risk taking plays an essential function by enabling business to pursue activities that, while possibly gratifying, bring a great deal of associated functional, technological, market or monetary danger.
This supplies essential direct advantages– revenues for effective business, ingenious and brand-new items, work and understanding– while likewise offering people and organizations the chance to exercise their rights to purchase, offer and pursue their dreams. Start-ups require danger taking financiers, however so too do high-growth business, restructurings and turn-arounds.
By contrast, danger making includes absolutely nothing to our economy. It might be legal, it might be financially rewarding, however it’s a nasty thing to do and an outrageous method to make a living. (If I established an unsafe barrier course and force you to go through it so that I can bank on your time, I am a beast. If financial experts blather on about how these “high-powered rewards” are required to enhance your efficiency, they are fools.)
If threat is a bad thing, why do financiers make it? Due to the fact that in a from another location effective market without threat there’s no benefit. At any given minute, there is a limited quantity of danger out in the world owned by aspects beyond any financier’s control: the state of innovation, the actions and mindsets of big business, the level of entrepreneurial spirit, and so on. As well as when there are threats out there worth taking, some financiers might not have the abilities to discover and assess them.
By contrast, there’s an almost endless quantity of threat that can be produced by smart investors. When their supply of cash goes beyond the quantity of danger they can discover, restless investors can be lured to make more danger to soak up the excess: idle spreadsheets are the devil’s workshop.
Too much threat?
Private equity companies are especially vulnerable to run the risk of making considering that they raise “utilize it or lose it” funds; get 20% of the revenues however bear practically none of the losses; have actually engine spaces filled with young partners and others desperate to join their ranks, under pressure to “do offers”; and do not care if some business they purchase fail offered their portfolio pays as a whole. Provided this, it’s not a surprise that personal equity companies make a lot more threat than is reasonable to trouble those involuntarily along for the trip.
The Toys “R” United States fiasco started in 2005 when personal equity companies purchased the business for $7.5 billion.
Over the last 12 years, this initial “take personal” offer has actually most likely drawn more than $5 billion from the business: $470 million in “advisory” costs and interest to the personal equity companies and $4.8 billion ($ 400 million annually for 12 years) in interest on the acquisition financial obligation plus the 10s of countless dollars in legal charges Toys “R” United States will invest in insolvency. (It’s paradoxical that the financiers who bankrupted the business will not be paying any of these charges.).
Yet in spite of a hard retail environment, Toys “R” United States really made $460 million from offering toys in 2016 however that didn’t assist much because all of it– 100%– went to pay interest on the financial obligation.
A couple of things deserve keeping in mind in this story:
The monetary loss to the financiers is most likely rather little. Web of charges gotten from the dedication and the business costs made on the hidden capital, it’s most likely no greater than $800 countless which the companies themselves may just bear $160 million provided the basic 20%/ 80% split of earnings in between personal equity companies and their hidden financiers. Now $160 million looks like a great deal of cash to lose however offered the huge possession base of the financial investment groups, I ‘d think it’s less than a month or more of payment for the partners. Sure it’s humiliating and a couple of folks most likely got fired however economically it’s no huge offer for the financiers who have a portfolio of other financial investments to balance out the loss.
By contrast, the personal bankruptcy is a huge offer genuine individuals in spite of exactly what financing theory might state about “smooth recapitalizations.” Unlike the financiers, all their eggs remain in one basket. And the needless suffering of Toys “R” United States providers and staff members is just partly balanced out by the delight felt in Amazon’s head office in Seattle and Walmart’s in Fayetteville as an as soon as practical rival was given its knees.
The charges paid by the business given that 2005 have actually contributed to inequality. They were paid to attorneys, lenders and personal equity financiers all easily ensconced in the 1%. We cannot understand how this loan would otherwise have actually been utilized, it’s safe to presume that some of it would have discovered its method to the 65,000 workers and thousands of providers that “are” Toys “R” United States. None of these costs had anything to do with offering toys.
Since the interest paid on the acquisition financial obligation was tax deductible, all United States taxpayers were de facto partners in the offer. Why did we concur to do that? Exactly what remained in it for us?
Piling on the financial obligation
The most perverse component of this story is that the financiers had the ability to concern a business with financial obligation without themselves being on the hook. You are on the hook even if your loan provider likewise takes the vehicle as security if you purchase a cars and truck with obtained cash. If you purchase a business it’s various. It’s paradoxical however the restricted liability business structure established in the mid-19th century as a “business veil” to motivate financiers to put cash into business is exactly what enables financiers to take cash out without being on the hook.
The financiers would never ever have actually accepted pay $7.5 billion for Toys “R” United States if they ‘d needed to obtain the cash themselves. They were happy to make the business obtain it on their behalf while remaining securely outside the business veil.
While Toys “R” United States is an unfortunate story, some quantity of danger making is inevitable in an economy where financiers are totally free to take danger. And guidelines to avoid danger making would contravene other things we worth, such as the capability of a business to offer itself to the greatest bidder. Some easy modifications might at least make threat making a little more difficult and thus motivate more threat taking by financiers with money to spare. And the nation frantically requires more threat taking provided its paltry level of brand-n.w.organisation development and the worn out state of its facilities.
Rules versus “monetary support”– typical in some global jurisdictions– might be put in location to restrict the degree to which business can promise properties to money their own acquisition. (Companies might still be obtained with obtained cash however the financier would have to be the one loaning it.)
The tax code might be altered to minimize the tax-advantage of interest over dividends. Under the United States tax code, business can subtract interest paid on acquisition financial obligation as a cost, unlike dividends paid to investors, which can not be expensed. (The tax overhaul proposed by President Trump today would make this modification.)
Laws might make it simpler to “pierce” the business veil or to bring fits for deceptive conveyance when financiers purposefully deciding that leave a business materially weaker in order to enhance themselves.
Since these modifications will not come at any time quickly, threat making will stay an ever present threat despite the excellent that personal equity might do taken as a whole. If a personal equity financier comes knocking on your business door singing sweet tunes of danger and benefit, be sure he actually is a risk-taker, and not the malicious doppelganger, prior to you let him in. And this Christmas, as you take pleasure in purchasing toys at “failing” costs, remember who to thank.
In the midst of a strange and uneasy election result Silly Billy’s can report some new and exciting product lines, including Cap Guns
For a long long time, due to some odd legal requirements, we have not stocked Cap Gun’s here at Silly Billy’s Toy Shop. Recently we have some new additions to our Toy Lines and these include some quality Cap Guns at a great price of only £2.99 and we also sell Caps for the Guns at only £1, see images below.
Cap Guns – £2.99 Caps – £1.00
Fidget Spinners are still a hit and to celebrate their ongoing success we are offering a Special Deal until Sunday 11th June 2017 at 17:00 where you can come in and buy three fidget spinners for only £10 when the retail price is £4.99 each, saving you a massive £4.97. What can you do with three Fidget Spinners? Simple, just create a Fidget Spinner Three Stack like we have in the video below.
The only small caveat (that’s been a pretty well-used adjective recently) to this is that to redeem the Special Offer of Three Fidgets for a Tenner (£10), then please like the Facebook post below:
The election has been monopolising the News recently so as a change I would like to just give a short review of the latest Baywatch Movie which turned out to be much more amusing and entertaining than I expected.
Baywatch 2017 was a satirical take on the Baywatch series that was running from 1989 to 1999 in various guises staring the wonderful David Hasselhoff as Mitch and Pamela Stevenson as CJ. Both these actors made Guest Appearances and it should be said that Pamela has aged far better than David, or maybe she has had far more disposable income to spend on cosmetic surgery? So the new film had a semi-plausible plot line, some very funny one-liners and overall was pretty well acted overall, so when Baywatch comes to the Hebden Bridge Picture House then Robert A Williams, Author of this blog and many others, recommends that you go and see it.
The Bicycle in the image below was stolen in Hebden Bridge and belongs to a teacher (Mr Bracewell) at Calder High School, if you have any details then get in touch and we will pass them onto him
More news is the disappearance of the old five pound note and today is the last day that you can use your old five pound notes in Silly Billy’s Toy shop. after today we cannot take the good old fiver and no other shops will.
What happens if you haven’t spent your old £5 note by Midnight Today the 5 th May 2017?
You won’t be able to spend the old five pound notes in shops or restaurants.
If you want to swap the old £5 bank notes over for new plastic you will have to make the trip into a bank, building society or Post Office.
You will have to be a customer of the bank in question for them to exchange the old note.
You can go to the local Post Office to deposit the old fivers into your bank account also, the Post Office will probably not change them for you although you could always ask the question.
Fidget Spinners, they have gone viral !
So we have sold out of Fidget Spinners at Silly Billy’s and people have literally gone nuts for them. TODAY we are getting more stock in though we are unsure when it will arrive. As soon as the new Fidget Toys arrive we will put a post on Silly Billy’s Facebook Page.
Today we are hoping to have more stock of the Whirlerz Fidget Spinners at £3.99 and also some Fidget Cubes.
Next week we will have some more varieties of Fidget Spinners assuming our supplier has stock including some metallic ones.